Tag Archives: Airlines

Aeroplanes could be fuelled by ammonia with zero emissions 

The collaboration between Oxford-based Reaction Engines and the UK the Science and Technology Facilities Council could see kerosene replaced in the role of jet fuel.

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Airlines Need To Get Fully On Board If Renewable Jet Fuels Are To Take Off 

If renewable jet fuels are to gain market share and cut CO2 emissions, then the airlines need to get on board and sign long-term contracts with biofuel suppliers.

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Airlines, unions pin hopes for more payroll cash on politics 

Unions are gaining support in Congress for another $32 billion in federal aid to protect airline workers from layoffs for another six months

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Delta may avoid furloughs after demand for buyouts, other U.S. airlines sound alarm 

The deadline for most Delta employees to accept early departure or early retirement packages was Monday

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Africa: African Airlines Take Off With Clipped Wings 

[DW] The COVID-19 pandemic brought everyday air traffic to a halt. But African airlines are preparing to take to the skies once more. Many airlines are facing a difficult path ahead to stay competitive.

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Netherlands to take Russia to European court over MH17 downing 

By taking the case to the European Court of Human Rights, the Dutch government said it hopes to achieve “truth, justice and accountability” for the 298 victims. The Malaysia Airlines passenger jet was shot down in 2014.

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African airlines take off with clipped wings 

The COVID-19 pandemic brought everyday air traffic to a halt. But African airlines are preparing to take to the skies once more. Many airlines are facing a difficult path ahead to stay competitive.

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Airlines blame covid-19 for rowing back climate commitments 

The industry defangs an already mostly toothless carbon-offsetting scheme

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Chrissy Teigen Slams American Airlines: They Don’t Care ‘If You Get Sick And Die’ 

The airline lifted its capacity from 85% to 100% as of July 1 and also got criticized by CDC director Dr. Robert Redfield and Dr. Anthony Fauci earlier this week.

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American Airlines will resume booking flights to capacity, as COVID-19 cases soar 

American Airlines will soon remove the booking limits it placed on flights back in April. | Photo by Sandy Huffaker/Getty Images American Airlines will resume booking its flights to capacity starting July 1st, the company has announced. The policy is similar to that of United Airlines, which ABC News reports has never blocked out seats or put a cap on the ca […]

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Cheap flights for the next two years on long-haul routes likely amid low demand for tickets, as domestic trips in Asia lead aviation’s weak recovery 

With airlines seeing close to zero demand for long-haul flights, super-low airfares and empty seats are inevitable until the end of 2021 as debt-ridden carriers try to stimulate demand. So says the International Air Transport Association (IATA), an airline trade association, which recently revealed updated forecasts showing just how dire the economic outlook […]

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Zero baggage fares can generate $400 million in revenues for airlines, benefit customers, says CAPA India 

While advising the government to allow airlines to do so, the advisory also called for #39;commercial freedom#39; of carriers

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